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Names That Mean Friend

607 names found for "Friend"   (page 3 of 13) 

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Looking for names that mean Friend? We couldn't find the exact name Friend, but listed below are some first names meaning Friend or names similar to the word Friend.

Related Names

Aswinn  (English)
Variant of Aswin: Friend With a Spear
Aswyn  (English)
Variant of Aswin: Friend With a Spear
Aswynn  (English)
Variant of Aswin: Friend With a Spear
Auberon  (English)
Variant of Aubrey: Rules With Elf-wisdom. Introduced into Britain from France by Aubrey De Vere, a Friend of William the Conquerer. De Vere's Grandson Became the Earl of Oxford
Aubrey  (English)
Rules With Elf-wisdom. Introduced into Britain from France by Aubrey De Vere, a Friend of William the Conquerer. De Vere's Grandson Became the Earl of Oxford
Audel  (English)
Old Friend
Auden  (English)
Old Friend
Audie  (English)
Old Friend
Audley  (English)
Old Friend
Audolf  (Norse)
Wolfs Friend
Audric  (German)
Noble Ruler; Noble Friend
Audrick  (German)
Noble Friend
Audun  (Norse)
Friend of Wealth
Audwin  (German)
Noble Friend
Audwine  (German)
Noble Friend
AyIwyn  (Teutonic)
Awe Inspiring Friend
Aylwin  (Teutonic)
Awe Inspiring Friend
Aylwin  (German)
Variant of Alvin: Friend
Aylwin  (English)
Variant of Alvin: Wise Friend. from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became Surnames, and Also First Nam
Bald  (German)
Diminutive of Baldwin: Brave Friend
Baldovino  (German)
Variant of Baldwin: Brave Friend
Balduin  (German)
Bold Friend
Baldwin  (German)
Brave Friend
Baldwin  (English)
From the Old English Bealdwine, or the Old German Equivalent Baldavin, Meaning Bold Friend. Frequently Used in Medieval Britain, and Was the Basis of a Number of Surnames
Baldwin  (Teutonic)
Noble Friend
Baldwinn  (German)
Variant of Baldwin: Brave Friend
Baldwyn  (German)
Bold Friend
Baldwyn  (Teutonic)
Noble Friend
Baldwynn  (German)
Variant of Baldwin: Brave Friend
Balldwin  (German)
Variant of Baldwin: Brave Friend
Bassanio  (Shakespearean)
'The Merchant of Venice' Friend to Antonia, Who Borrows from Antonio to Pursue His Successful Suit for Portia
Baudoin  (German)
Variant of Baldwin: Brave Friend
Bawdewyn  (Anglo Saxon)
Bold Friend
Bawdewyne  (Anglo Saxon)
Bold Friend
Bemnryn  (Teutonic)
Shining Friend
Benvolio  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet' Nephew to Montague, and Friend to Romeo
Bertin  (Teutonic)
Shining Friend
Bertin  (Spanish)
Variant of Berton: Good Friend. Famous Bearer: Canadian Singer/Songwriter Burton Cummings
Berton  (Spanish)
Good Friend. Famous Bearer: Canadian Singer/Songwriter Burton Cummings
Berton  (Teutonic)
Shining Friend
Bertwin  (Teutonic)
Shining Friend
Berwin  (English)
Harvest-time Friend
Berwyn  (English)
Variant of Berwin: Harvest-time Friend
Berwynn  (English)
Variant of Berwin: Harvest-time Friend
Berwynne  (English)
Variant of Berwin: Harvest-time Friend
Bildad  (Biblical)
Old Friendship
Bildad  (Biblical)
Old Friendship
Bud  (English)
Derived from Bud, a Colloquial Term of Address Used in the United States; Short for Buddy, Meaning Friend. Common As a Nickname, But Less Common As a First Name. American Comedian Bud Abbott's Real Na
Bud  (American)
Messenger, Friend
Budd  (English)
Diminutive of Buddy: Friend
607 names found for "Friend"   (page 3 of 13) 

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